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Thursday-Friday, July 12-13, 2018

‘Old Crow Medicine Show’ To Debut New Album At Ommegang By LIBBY CUDMORE

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reat beer, great food AND a fabulous concert venue? Brewery Ommegang really does have it all! It’s become a bit of a summer tradition here in Cooperstown to see Old Crow Medicine Show at Ommegang, and the famous Americana act

won’t let a summer go by without a show in support of their new album, “Volunteer.” $45, camping available. 7 p.m. Saturday, July 14, Brewery Ommegang, Cooperstown. Info, tickets, (607) 544-1800. • With “The Barber of Seville” and “Silent Night” both opening at the Glimmerglass Festival this

weekend, you won’t be short of opera options! But Cooperstown isn’t the only place for song: In Oneonta, students of Hartwick College’s Opera Scenes Program will debut their end-of-camp scenes in a free public performance. 3 p.m. Sunday, July 15, Andersen Center, Hartwick College, Oneonta. Call (607) 725-9231. •

Ever wonder what life Museum, Wilcox Avenue, was like in an English Oneonta. country manor? Now you • can go behind the scenes While you’re in the mood of the Clarke family in its for stately gardens and heyday and their staff glamorous landin a “Downstairs/Up- things scapes, take the long stairs” tour of Hyde to do! way home for a look Hall, restored to its at the Cooperstown former glory. Make area’s best gardens. sure to pause on the Get directions to the porch to take in the first garden when view of Otsego Lake you register. $18, 11 that patriarch George a.m.-4 p.m. Sunday, Hyde Clarke so July 15. (607) 278loved. $20 per per5454. son. 10:30 a.m. and LIBBY • 1:30 p.m., Saturday, CUDMORE And it wouldn’t July 14, Hyde Hall, be a trip to Coo267 Glimmerglass State perstown without baseball. Park Road, Cooperstown. At the Hall of Fame, hear Call (607) 547-5098 ext 4. author Audrey Vernick • discuss, “The Funniest Man And if you really want to in Baseball,” a biography see what went into taking of Max Patkin, professional care of a household in the ballplayer turned legendary 1700s, Loraine Tyler will baseball clown. Signing to give a lecture on domestic follow. Included with admischores as part of the Swartsion. 1 p.m. Saturday, July Wilcox House’s Summer 14, Bullpen Theater, BaseSunday Series, 1-3 p.m. July ball Hall of Fame, Cooper15, Swart-Wilcox House stown. (607) 547-7200.

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At Penguin Ice Cream in Hartwick Seminary, Valerie Hitt serves a house specialty, an ice-cream and dog-biscuit sundae, to Nico from nearby Susquehanna Animal Shelter.

oldest ice cream parlor in Otsego County. “My nieces, nephews and siblings ONEONTA all work here,” she said. “It used to be a car wash, but when I graduated or Darlene Patten, ice cream high school, my dad thought I needed is more than just hot fudge direction, so he built this for me, sundaes and and I’ve been here waffle cones. ever since.” It’s about spreading The Golden ►TRY THESE 3 joy. Guernsey makes its FOR SWEET TREATS “Ice cream makes own homemade custard •The Golden Guernsey, 15 people happy,” she and stocks Perry’s Main St., Oneonta. Open said. “People may and Gifford’s ice until 10 p.m. come in when they’re cream, as well as some • PENGUIN ICE CREAM, having a rough day, but 4833 Route 28, Hartwick Hershey’s flavors. they don’t leave in a And it’s the only Seminary. Open until bad mood.” place you can get fried 10:30 p.m. Patten has owned ice cream, and one of • THE INSIDE SCOOP, 46 Pioneer St., Cooperstown. and operated the the earliest to offer Open until 10 p.m. Golden Guernsey at vegan options, includthe River Street end ing Dole Whips made complete list of ice cream parlors/a8 of Main Street since Please See 1979, making it the COOL, Pg. 5

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Delicacies, From Pork Bellies To Calamari To Bacon ’n’ Eggs Dine on Otsego Lake’s shores on the Blue Mingo Grill’s porch. You can also shop at the boutique.

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ven on a not-so-great weather day, the Blue Mingo Grill is perfect in so many ways. First, you think you are going to a runof-the-mill boatyard when you drive in, but turn the corner and the grill awaits! Walk through a boutique featuring everything from high-end silk outfits to ball caps. Keep going and there it is – paradise! It sits right on Lake Otsego and there’s usually a nice, cool breeze. All seating is outdoors, so

dress appropriately. cooked with this unusual I’ve been going here for orange wasabi/tartar sauce. lunch for years; I don’t devi- The tie-breaker on salads ate much because it’s to the Mingo FINE DINING, goes just that good! Bring Caesar with lobster an order of their fried FUN DINING salad. It’s a great onion chips with this Caesar that’s Staff Picks mounded high with incredible dipping sauce to start with, hunks of lobster and I’m happy. Someone meat in a light mayo. Just usually orders the coconutperfect. crusted shrimp appetizer You’ll have to try it for with this tangy sweet chili dinner too. They bring a sauce to share. My go-to blackboard to your table is the crab cake sandwich with the day’s specials – all – full of crab and perfectly very creative. The other night I had the shrimp and grits – the best ever! I thought I knew good shrimp and grits being from the South, but The Mingo knows better! They serve it with chorizo in a Cajun Please See DINING, Pg. 6

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Ice Cream – For 2- And 4-Footed Fans COOL/From Pg. 3 with almond milk. “It’s very popular when college is in session,” she said. It was even a stop for comedian Amy Schumer, who ordered a few sweet treats when she was in the city in June for her sold-out performance at Foothills. And the Golden Guernsey has something else you won’t find anywhere else in the county – a shop cat, Butters, 15, who makes it her mission to greet every customer who comes through. “She won’t eat the ice cream, but if you sit outside, she’ll waltz over like she’s your best friend,” she said. “If there’s a couple at the picnic table, she’ll sit in between them!” But Butters isn’t the only

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pet who gets in on the icecream action. At the Cooperstown Penguin Ice Cream, you can order a “Scooby Sundae” for your four-legged friend. “It’s vanilla ice cream with dog bones on it,” said owner Valerie Hitt. Located right next door to the Susquehanna Animal Shelter in Route 28 in Hartwick Seminary (about a quarter-mile north of Dreams Park, Hitt has been known to take a batch over to the dogs on a hot day. But don’t worry – humans have plenty of op-

tions too. “We specialize in custom ice cream,” she said. “We take a vanilla or chocolate base and mix in the ingredients you order, so it’s made exactly as you want it.” It’s all done in a special machine that combines the hard ice cream with the ingredients – as many as you want, from fresh fruit to candy bars – so that the finished product has a soft-serve consistency, rather than just piling the ingredients on top. “We can make root-beer ice cream,” she said. “We crush up the root-beer barrels really fine, and then mix them right in.” And it can lead to some wild combinations. “Someone did pistachio with cotton Please See COOL, A8

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Jenessa Place fills a waffle cone with Peanut Butter Swirl at The Inside Scoop in downtown Cooperstown.

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Pork Bellies For Lunch, Or Eggs, Bacon At Chief Schenevus Diner DINING/From Pg. 4 cream sauce and it’s delightful. Did I mention most of the products used are locally sourced? And it’s only 2.6 miles from Cooperstown? Two more good reasons to go to The Mingo! (The Blue Mingo, 6098 St. Highway 80, Cooperstown. 607-5472543) TARA BARNWELL General Manager

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am obsessed with pork belly. OBSESSED. But it’s not an ingredient you find much around here. So when I get a craving, I turn to the pork belly buns at Alex’s in Cooperstown. Served in soft steamed buns with just a brush of Hoisin sauce and a few crisp pickles, scattered with scallions like a warm autumn day, it is the heavenly combination of sweet and savory. And with three to a plate, it may look like an appetizer, but it fills you up like a meal. If you do have room left, order their house made maple crème brulee for dessert. (Alex’s, 149 Main St, Cooperstown. 607-547-4070.) LIBBY CUDMORE Managing Editor

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ocated in the heart of downtown Oneonta, you will be hard pressed to find a time when The Latte Lounge is not bustling with activity. Looking like it was plucked right out of NYC with an aesthetic that blends antique and industrial, The Latte is a must-stop in Oneontans. Whether you are looking for a regular cup of Joe, an iced chai or latte, or even a refreshing fruit smoothie, they have you covered. Open at 6 a.m., The Latte can kick-start your day with traditional breakfast platters like bacon and eggs, French toast, omelets and pancakes. If bagels are more your

speed, try tasty Brooklyn bagels (made in house) with a multitude of spreads (personal recommendation: cinnamon raisin, lightly toasted with honey nut spread). Lunch time brings out the soup and sandwich menu, with personal favorites like the Lizard Fitness Sandwich (turkey, avocado, egg whites, egg and cheese), salmon burger or the chicken curry salad. If you’re looking for a coffee shop open late on weekends, The Latte’s doors are open until 2 a.m. Saturday and Sunday. Seating is at the vintage kitchen tables and couches. (Latte Lounge, 196 S Main St, Oneonta, 607-432-6244.) IAN AUSTIN Staff Photographer

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f American Indian Chief Schenevus was still roaming the Charlotte Valley in southeastern Otsego County, he would certainly be proud of the restaurant that bears his name. I usually hit “the Chief” early in the morning for eggs and bacon on a homemade hard roll. The roll is fresh baked, the eggs are fresh, with high quality bacon cooked just right – and service is prompt, which is vital for the morning commuter. The bakery section is known to locals as “the sweets” with homemade pastries, puffs and cakes. Menu is well balanced with traditional American fare, with a focus on burgers and wraps, and dinner specials nightly. (93 Main St, Schenevus. 607-638-9488) DENNIS ENRIGHT Advertising Consultant

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ot a yen for fried squid? When I do, Bella Michaels in Oneonta’s Sixth Ward leaps to mind. The fried calamari appetizer ($11), with pasta (linguine preferred here) with a house salad to start

– it makes a great dinner. Of course, that’s not all. Actually, “all” is the operative word. Bella Michaels is one of Oneonta’s few complete Italian restaurants (Stella Luna and Toscana would have to be on that list, too). It’s surprising there aren’t more, given the City of the Hills’ strong Italian heritage. (Joseph Fiorvan-

ti’s “History of Italians in Oneonta” vividly recounts the influx of railroad workers to Oneonta from Carbondale, Pa., in the 19-teens; they lived in boxcars for months while setting aside enough to rent modest apartments so their families could follow.) As such, Bella Michaels offers all the staples, from

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Lasagna to lobster ravioli. You can’t go wrong with the veal dishes. Attention, veal parmigiana fans – but the veal marsala is top notch, too. And there are nightly specials, often including fresh fish dishes. (Bella Michaels, 57 River St., Oneonta. 607-431-9166) JIM KEVLIN Editor & Publisher

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Summer Dreams B-7 at buddhist meditation center

Guru’s Visit, Open House Mark Retreat House’s 10th Year By LIBBY CUDMORE COOPERSTOWN

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hen Matthew Zalichin came to the end of his nine-year mediation retreat series in Nepal, he began a conversation with his teacher’s nephew, Phakchok Rinpoche. “I had worked with him on projects, and I told him not to hesitate to ask if he needed anything,” he said. As it turned out, Rinpoche, a teacher of the Nyingma lineage and chief lineage holder of the Taklung Kagyu lineage of Tibetan Buddhism, had been given a former horse farm just outside of Cooperstown and was hoping to turn it into a retreat center

for meditation and Buddhist practice. Now, 10 years later, Zalichin still teaches at the Rangjung Yeshe Gomde Meditation Center, which will kick off a summer series with a weekend of classes and an open house, 11 a.m.-5 p.m. Sunday, July 15. “People are curious about the place,” he said. “It’s not every day that a Tibetan Buddhist temple opens, but it’s a nice atmosphere for everyone.” At 7 p.m. Friday, July 13, Rinpoche will give a talk on “Happiness and the Mind” and at 7 p.m. Tuesday, July 17, Tulku Mingmar will give a free class on the Buddhist Path, with as many as 50 of Rinpoche’s former Tibetan monks and their families in attendance. “We’re hoping they’ll

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Teacher Matthew Zalichin leads center staff and volunteers in meditation. Foreground, from left, are Doris Motta, Oriane Lavole, Matt Goult and Cece Annale.

make Tibetan dumplings to share,” said teacher Michael Friedman. In the early days, the barn still had a dirt floor, and Rinpoche would speak from a small wooden platform. “There was no existing congregation, so the lawn would be mowed by a volunteer,”

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said Friedman. “We built the showers out of wood that was lying around, and had port-a-johns for people to use.” But even that was part of the practice. “Yogi jobs, such as sweeping the temple or cleaning the bathroom, help ground us,” said Zalichin. “It’s a reminder that no matter how high up you are, the dishes have to be done.” These days, the barn has

new meditation pods, a shop carrying Tibetan goods, and a redesigned space for meditation, complete with altars and artwork. Doris Motta, one of the retreat center’s managers, was drawn to the practice just after it opened through a Himalayan craft fair. “I was going through a difficult time, I was angry and resentful, and I thought meditation would help,” she Please See RETREAT, Pg. 8


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Guru Will Be At Center For Celebration RETREAT/From Pg. 7 said. “I saw the classes at the craft fair, and I started to attend. Meditation relieves stress and anger.” “Rinpoche wants meditation taught outside of Buddhism,” said Zalichin. “But there always has to be some discussion of ethics.” “If mindfulness is used to hurt people, it’s not a useful practice,” said Friedman. “The more you settle your mind, the less likely you are to be drawn to negative practices.” And just as Motta found

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the practice enlightening, others began to come too, until a congregation grew. “People come from all over the world for the retreats,” she said. Though individual classes are offered, there are also

week-long retreats, where practitioners camp, meditate and dine together. “That’s when the teachings become not theoretical,” said Friedman. “If you think someone has done something to upset you, the inclination might be to sneer or snap. But it’s the opposite at a retreat. It’s a turn the other cheek practice.” To celebrate 10 years of the center, Zalichin is putting forth the theme of compassion. “The heart of mindfulness is compassion,” he said. “All our practices are based in compassion, especially in these times.” And although renovations have been done, there are more in store, including painting the barn red – the traditional color of a temple – adding windows and putting gold tops on the roof. “We’re starting massive renovations to turn it into a temple,” said Motta.

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of Cooperstown Dreams Park, it’s a kid’s dream come true. “They’ll mix in six or seven candies!” she said. Penguin even offers classic combinations to taste like your favorite candy. “If you ask for an Almond Joy, we’ll mix vanilla ice cream with chocolate chips, coconuts and almonds,” she said. “We listen to what our customers ask for. Our motto is you dream it, we serve it.” And after a long day at the Baseball Hall of Fame, you only have to walk a few minutes to the Inside Scoop. “We love ice cream,” said owner Rich Busse. “I probably eat too much of it year ’round!” The shop has ample seating for teams, takes credit cards and stays open until 10 at night for a late-night sweet tooth. There are 24 flavors of Hershey’s ice cream, as well as gelati, Italian Ice and soft-serve. The Inside Scoop is connected to Busse’s Pioneer Patio restaurant and Slices Pizzeria. “It’s a good complement,” he said. “After you eat your meal, you can get dessert.”


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t’s finally July in Otsego County. It’s hot, and you’ve got a group of restless kids looking to cool off. Luckily, there are plenty of options for anyone seeking a little aqua-therapy. Upstate New York is known for its beautiful state parks, two of which serve as popular attractions in Otsego County. Glimmerglass State Park is located at the northern

end of Otsego Lake, BAT & BALL picnic areas, open and boasts one of the fields for sports, and best public beaches beautiful wilderness in the area. hiking trails for those Gilbert Lake State looking to connect Park in Laurens is with nature. more secluded, but But Glimmerglass features a pristine isn’t the only beach public beach with a on Otsego Lake. scenic view of rollThe Village of PARKER ing hills. Cooperstown operOf course, if you FISH ates Three Mile Point get tired of swimon the west side of ming, both state parks have the lake, and Fairy Spring Park on the east side, both cooling alternatives to the crowded state venues. For a small fee, non-residents can

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safe, fun, and secluded alternative to the larger state parks. If you prefer the smell of chlorine to help you cool down, fear not! There are several public pools available. In Oneonta, the Briggs Pool in Wilber Park is open 1-8 p.m., and features a WPA stone bathhouse. Greater Plains Elementary School on West End Avenue opens at noon daily. In Cooperstown, the Clark Sports Center is home to an Olympic-sized indoor pool and a diving pool for the more adventurous and acrobatic swimmers. Both Oneonta pools are free, and guests may purchase a day pass at The Clark Sports Center for $10 for adults, and $5 for kids. Whatever you’re looking for, be it a cool freshwater lake nestled in the hills of Otsego county, or a big blue pool surrounded by friends just looking to beat the heat, Otsego County has exactly what you need to find a little temperate salvation from the heat. To advertise in

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Where to go… …What to do!

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HEALTHCARE – 8 a.m. - 4 p.m. Educational seminar for health providers to further educate them on special needs of LGBT Adolescent Health. Marist College Student Center, 3399 N. Road, Poughkeepsie. 845-883-7260. DOWNSTAIRS/UPSTAIRS own sT r – 10:30 a.m. & 1:30 p.m. e p o o Ter C o in grea Special 95-minute tour of d o T s g ► Thin both sides of manor house including areas used by Clarkes, their staff through 5 generations. Behind the scenes, explore how house operated. Cost, $20/person. Hyde Hall, 267 Glimmerglass State Park Road, Cooper-13 2018 stown. 607-547-5098 ext 4. riday, July 12 Thursday-F HOPPY TOURS – 11 a.m. Brief history, discussion of beer, brewing, hops, then tour of hop yard, house. The Farmers’ Museum, Cooperstown. 607-547-1450. EXHIBIT OPENING – 5 - 7 p.m. ‘SPLASH’ exhibit presents new paintings with Ashley Norwood Cooper, Stephanie Marcus, Petey Brown. The Art Garage, 689 Beaver Meadow Road, Cooperstown. 607-547-5327. PREVIEW PARTY – 5 - 7 p.m. First look at 83rd Annual National Juried Art Exhibition & awards ceremony for aT e h s ’ scholarship winners. r e UMM 3 CAA s p / T h Cooperstown Art Association. g i F ► eaM r C 607-547-9777. e C i h wiT MUSIC – 5:30 - 8:30 p.m. r sTress, Enjoy e M stylings of Mark M U s r /p7Lubell.piano The Otesaga, Cooper►and Fo ion? stown. 607-547-9931. MediTaT CONCERT – 6 - 9 p.m. m o .c Council Rock Band presents O G OTSE fireside Rock & Roll show. Great food, fresh brewed go.Com N ONEDOisNpaTtchA info@allotse HOMEOTtsOegW 7-547-6103 • elaware 60 D • beer. Ommegang Brewery, o6 32 13 & The stown, nY ave., CoopeR 656 Co. Hwy. 33, Cooper21 RailRoad stown. 607-544-1800. FAMILY FRIDAY – 7 - 8 p.m. Go out with Family, participate

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in family obstacle course, includes tug-o-war, crawling, hurtles, more! 1 adult to 2 children please. Cost, $8/guest accompanied by a member. Green Space, Oneonta YMCA, 20-26 Ford Ave., Oneonta. 607-4320010. LECTURE – 7 p.m. “Happiness and the Mind” talk by Phakchok Rinpoche, founder of RYG Meditation Center, offering advice on how to be happy. Rangjung Yeshe Gomde Meditation Center, 412 Glimmerglen Road, Cooperstown. 607-435-8390. CONCERT – 7:30 p.m. Presenting “An Evening of Aria and Song.” Andersen Center, Hartwick College, Oneonta. 607-725-9231. CONTRADANCE – 7:30 p.m. Fun, social dance with caller Ed Bugle, local band Air Power. Arrive at 7:15 for introduction to the steps. First Presbyterian Church, 25 Church St., Cooperstown. 607-547-8164. MOVIE NIGHT – 9 - 10:30 p.m. Screening of Peter Rabbit (2018) on inflatable movie screen outdoors. Bring snacks, beverages, chairs, blankets, bug spray, etc for added comfort. Free, open to public. Outdoor Soccer Field, Clark Sports Center, Cooperstown. 607-547-2800. MUSIC – 9 p.m. Jazz standards with upbeat twist performed by Barnes and the Noblemen. The Otesaga, Cooperstown. 607-547-9931.

►Saturday, July 14

SECOND SATURDAY – 8 a.m. - 5 p.m. Enjoy music, entertainment, farm produce, vendors, activities, more. Sharon Springs Free Library, 129 Main St., Sharon Springs. 315-217-1485. MORE CALENDAR, Pg. 11

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Thursday-Friday, July 12-13, 2018

Summer Dreamss B-11

►HAPPENIN’ OTSEGO COUNTY FROM Pg. 10

►Saturday, July 14

CARNIVAL – 9 a.m. - 4 p.m. Enjoy village wide lawn sales, antique vendors, arts, crafts, food, entertainment, activities for all ages. Chicken BBQ by Unadilla Fire Dept. Main St., Unadilla. Call 607-369-2614. CHEESE FESTIVAL – 10 a.m. - 5 p.m. Celebrate New

York State cheese makers, guided walking tours of city’s historic sites. 50+ vendors, 120+ cheese varieties, music, performance of “Where’s the Cheese Cake?,” more. Main Street, Little Falls. Visit littlefallscheesefestival.com WORKSHOP – 10 a.m. - 1 p.m. Learn to apply Franklin Method, improve

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neck, shoulder, spine health through ball exercises. Cost, $75/non-member. West Kortright Center, 49 W. Kortright Church Road, East Meredith. 607-278-5454. INVASIVE SPECIES – 11 a.m. - 3 p.m. Botanist Donna Vogler shares expertise on invasive species with displays, activities, plant identification booth, tree identification walk, more. Celebrate 5th Invasive Species Awareness week. Small Pavilion, Wilber Park, Oneonta. 607-547-4488. HOPPY TOURS – 11 a.m. Brief history, discussion of beer. See Friday Listing. THEATER – 12:30 p.m. “A Case For Eviction” follows the struggle of Frank, Dora to evict a temporary resident from their guest room. Farmers’ Museum, Cooperstown. 607-547-1450. AUTHORS SERIES – 1 - 2 p.m. Baseball author Audrey

Vernick discusses “The Funniest Man in Baseball.” Followed by book signing. Included with admission. Bullpen Theater, Baseball Hall of Fame, Cooperstown. 607547-7200. WRITERS GROUP – 1:30 - 3:30 p.m. Join writers to improve your craft. Hosted by published author, Jennifer Donohue. Huntington Memorial Library, 62 Chestnut St., Oneonta. 607-432-1980. VIGNETTES – 2 p.m. Guided tour showcasing site-specific performances by Templeton Players on struggle for Women’s Rights. Included with museum admission. Farmers’ Museum, Cooperstown. 607547-1450. LECTURE & POETRY – 3:30 - 4:30 p.m. Author Nancy Huxtable Mohr discuss Civil War, impact on rural NY farming communities with her own research from primary docu-

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Also serving the area’s best fresh-pattied burgers and curly fries, along with homemade salads, dogs, sandwiches and mozzarella stix!

ments, oral histories intercut with poems from her new book, “The Well, Poems from Twin Pines Farm.” The Farmers’ Museum, Cooperstown. 607-547-1450. MUSIC – 5:30 - 8:30 p.m. Enjoy piano stylings of Mark Lubell. See Friday Listing. FRONTIER HISTORY – 6:30 p.m. Terry McMaster presents “Ethnicity, Alliance, Family & War - Defenders of the NY Frontier & The Andrustown, Springfield, and Cherry Valley Attack of 1778.” Hyde Hall, 267 Glimmerglass State Park Road, 607-547-5098 ext. 6. CONCERT – 7 p.m. Performance by Old Crow Medicine Show. Cost, $45. Ommegang Brewery, 656 Co. Hwy. 33, Cooperstown. 607-544-1800. BASEBALL – 7 p.m. Support the Oneonta Outlaws against Elmira Pioneers. Damaschke Field, 15 James Georgeson Ave., Oneonta. 607-432-6326. CONCERT – 7 p.m. Hammered dulcimer virtuoso Dan Duggan and Peggy Lynn play folk songs inspired by New York’s North Country. Free. Pathfinder Village, 3 Chenango Rd, Edmeston. Call 607-965-8377. MUSIC FESTIVAL – 8 p.m. World class music in beautifully restored dairy barn. Features violinist Yevgeny Kutik, pianist Randall Hodgkinson. Cost, $25 at-the-door. Honest Brook Music Festival, 1885 Honest Brook Road, Delhi. 607-746-3770. THEATER – 8 p.m. Showing “The Barber of Seville.” Cost, $26-$126. Glimmerglass Festival, 7300 St. Hwy. 80, Cooperstown. Call 607-5472255. MUSIC – 9 p.m. Dance to amazing songs, big band to early rock n’ roll, more with DJ John Thompson. The Hawkeye, The Otesaga, Cooperstown. Call 607-547-9931.

►Sunday, July 15

DEDICATION – 10 a.m. Celebrate dedication of W.G. Pomeroy Foundation’s Roadside Markers with Methodist Church featuring service, bagpiper playing “Amazing Grace,” annual BBQ. Fly Creek Grange, 210 Cemetery Road, Fly Creek. 607-547-2501. MORE CALENDAR, Pg. 12


B-12 Summer Dreams

Thursday-Friday, July 12-13, 2018

►HAPPENIN’ OTSEGO COUNTY FROM Pg. 11

►Sunday, July 15

TOUR – 11 a.m. - 4 p.m. Travel country roads, discover landscape, how people have enhanced it with their gardens. Tour features Cooperstown area. Registration required for directions to first garden. All must being tour before 1 p.m. Cost, $18. 607278-5454. ANNIVERSARY – 11 a.m. - 5 p.m. Visit beautiful temple, grounds, enjoy food, bring your own picnic, take a tour, enjoy lecture, discussion. Celebrate the 10th anniversary of the Rangjung Yeshe Gomde Meditation Center, 412 Glimmerglen Road, Cooperstown. 607-435-8390. HOPPY TOURS – 11 a.m. Brief history, discussion of beer. See Friday Listing. SUNDAY BRUNCH – Noon - 2 p.m. Enjoy delicious omelettes made to order, carving stations, waffles, more. Cost, $34.95/person. The Otesaga, Cooperstown. Call 607-5479931. OPENING & RECEPTION – 12:30 p.m. Preview party for exhibit “The Last Days of the Last Tsar.” Russian History Museum, 1407 Robinson Road, Jordanville. Call to RSVP 315-858-2468. THEATER – 12:30 - 1:30 p.m. See “Box and Cox Trunk Show” featuring best performers in region. Included with museum admission. The Farmers’ Museum, Cooperstown. 607-547-1450. SUNDAY SERIES – 1 - 3 p.m. Learn about Domestic Chores of the 1700s with Loraine Tyler. Swart-Wilcox House Museum, Wilcox Ave., Oneonta. GARDEN HACKS – 1 - 2 p.m. Learn tried, tested gardening tips. The Farmers’ Museum, Cooperstown. 607547-1450. THEATER – 1:30 p.m. Showing “Silent Night.” About the Chirstmas Eve Truce between German, Scottish, French soldiers during WWI. Cost, $26-$126. Glimmerglass Festival, 7300 St. Hwy. 80, Cooperstown. Call 607547-2255. ANTI-RENT WAR – 2 p.m. Performances by Templeton Players depicting Anti-Rent

Movement. Included with museum admission. The Farmers’ Museum, Cooperstown. 607-547-1450. OPERA – 3 p.m. Opera Scenes Program presents completed performance. Free, open to public. Andersen Center, Hartwick College, Oneonta. 607-725-9231. JAZZ ENSEMBLE – 3 p.m. High energy performance of jazz classics, new music by young masters from Juilliard School of Music. Suggested donation, $12/adult. Stamford United Methodist Church, 88 Main St., Stamford. www. friendsmusic.org SPEAKER SERIES – 3 p.m. Reading “Trouble in Lafayette Square” chronicling protests, scandals played out in square near the White House. By Journalist Gil Klein. Village Meeting Room, Cooperstown Village Library. 607-5478344. CHESS – 3 - 4 p.m. Workshop with certified trainer James Caban. Learn improve your game, have fun. Cost, $10/session. West Kortright Center, 49 West Kortright Church Road, East Meredith. 607-278-5454. MEET & GREET – 4 - 6 p.m. Meet Joyce St. George who is running for State Senate. 6th Ward Athletic Club, 22 W. Broadway, Oneonta. MUSIC – 5:30 - 8:30 p.m. Enjoy piano stylings of Mark Lubell. See Friday Listing. THEATER – 7 - 9 p.m. Production of Shakespeare’s play “Othello.” Amphitheater, Fenimore Art Museum, Cooperstown. Call 607-547-1400.

►Monday, July 16

MUSIC – 5:30 - 8:30 p.m. Enjoy piano stylings of Mark Lubell. See Saturday Listing. FIGURE DRAWING – 6:30 9 p.m. Non-instructional drawing with live model. Poses chosen by consensus. Cost $12/class. Carriage House Art Studio, 11 Ford Ave., Oneonta. 607-435-8718.

►Tuesday, July 17

ART ROCKS – 11 a.m. Young artists learn new techniques, explore the works in the museum’s collection. Arkell Museum, 2 Eries Blvd., Canajoharie. Call 518-6732314.

Summer Dreams 07-13-18  

The e-edition of Summer Dreams for July 13, 2018.

Summer Dreams 07-13-18  

The e-edition of Summer Dreams for July 13, 2018.

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